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Across Europe, light rail systems have been rolled out across cities of similar size and population to Galway, and are working successfully, meaning there is no longer any reason to oppose such a public transport system being constructed here.
Insider read recently how the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, was calling for public submissions to advise him on how to spend the extra €2.65 billion available to him on infrastructure in this year's Mid-Term Review.
Three Government departments working on solution to Parkmore traffic congestion crisis, says Naughton
Three government departments are collaborating to devise a radical package of measures to address the traffic-congestion crisis at Parkmore on foot of a meeting between Minister Simon Coveney and Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton last month.
Plans to resolve Galway city’s mounting traffic problems will be presented to city councillors and Galway West TDs and Senators next week, with one TD saying funding for any of the forthcoming solutions will “not be a problem”.
Consultation will begin this week on short-term and medium-term solutions to the ongoing problem of traffic congestion in the vicinity of Parkmore Business and Technology Park.
Immediate action is required to address traffic congestion and safety concerns in Oranmore, according to local Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton.
The unmanned high-tech traffic unit in Galway city is compounding the major traffic problems which have been experienced over the last 18 months, according to Cllr Mike Crowe.
inisterial officials, The National Transport Authority and Galway City Council, the Government, through the NTA, committed to allocating €100,000 funding for detailed design works at Parkmore — to allow for a scheme that will save Parkmore employees from being stuck in traffic for thousands of hours each year.
Local senator Fidelma Healy Eames has launched an online campaign which she hopes will help solve Galway’s chronic traffic problem.
The Emerging N6 Preferred Route will be ineffective and will split communities says new campaign group
A group of concerned residents in the city have launched a campaign this week to highlight their opposition to the Emerging N6 Preferred Route. They claim that the construction of the road route will be ineffective, will wreck natural amenities and destroy communities. They also suggest that improved bus routes or also a light rail system and would be much more effective in alleviating the traffic problems.